Miroslav Klose scored his 15th career World Cup goal against Ghana on Saturday, becoming the joint all-time leader of the competition alongside Brazilian legend Ronaldo.
Miroslav Klose is head-over-heels happy with that record. pic.twitter.com/xaM22mHm4U— SportlobsterFootball (@Football_SL) June 21, 2014
It was the first touch of the match for the 36-year-old, who had just come on as a substitute.
Understandably, he was quite pleased.